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We'll Leave It There So: GAA accounts, Schools Rugby upsets and all of today's sport

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Glenstal celebrate after the game Glenstal Abbey players celebrate their win over Rockwell College. Source: Tommy Dickson/INPHO

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Where We Were Today

Fintan O’Toole was at Croke Park where the GAA revealed their 2016 accounts, Sean Farrell was in attendance at Donnybrook as the Leinster Senior Schools Cup continued while Murray Kinsella paid a visit to Temple Street to speak to Warren Gatland and Brian O’Driscoll.

Patrick McBrearty and Darren McCurry Donegal's Patrick McBrearty and Darren McCurry of Tyrone at the launch of the Allianz Football Leagues in Belfast. Source: Presseye/Matt Mackey/INPHO

On The Record

“I am a lot more experienced than I was if you were talking to me this time last year going into the Wales game. In the grand scheme of things, I still have a lot to learn. That is natural for a 24-year-old tighthead.“It is dangerous if you start thinking you have this whole thing figured out because I definitely don’t. With the experience – I still don’t have a massive amount of it compared to some of the lads – it breeds confidence that you know how it works.”

Tadhg Furlong is keeping his feet on the ground ahead of his first Six Nations start for Ireland.

The Fixture List

  • The second African Cup of Nations semi-final takes place on Thursday with Cameroon facing Ghana at 7pm.
  • In the SkyBet Championship, Huddersfield Town entertain Brighton and Hove Albion at 7.45pm.

Showbiz, Baby!

Michael Conlan is looking in good shape ahead of his professional debut in New York on St Patrick’s Day.

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